Leo Blättler’s company The St. Moritz Experience AG stands for individual and exclusive events that promise unforgettable experiences for guests from all over the world. We met up with the incentive pioneer and trendsetter from the Engadin, and asked him why our region is such a hit with discerning company bosses and stressed-out managers.
We met up with the incentive pioneer and trendsetter from the Engadin, and asked him why our region is such a hit with discerning company bosses and stressed-out managers.
From hotel manager, head chef, ski instructor and mountain guide to leading incentive expert – can you tell us a little about your unusual career path?
At first glance these jobs seem very distant from one another, but that is misleading. There was always a logical connection. Already as a lad I loved exploring nature, but I also earned some money working as a kitchen boy. I enjoyed that so much I decided to become a chef. During my training I continued to spend a lot of time in the mountains, and also later worked at top mountain hotels, so I was able to qualify as a ski instructor and as a mountain guide as well. But all these experiences are a tremendous advantage in my current occupation – whether it’s a case of me cooking personally for my clients, or my knowing exactly what I can expect from my hotel partners and what they can expect from me.